Our restaurant has won many awards for its food including the ‘Best Place to Eat – Pub’ in the Wales National Tourism Awards, as voted by the public.
Head Chef, Joseph Colman, who is from Tenby in Wales, changes his menus regularly. The produce is seasonal and sourced locally, with some from our own kitchen garden. Special dietary requirements and vegetarian dishes can usually be met but we ask that you do let us know of these in advance or when booking. We have a nutritious Children’s Menu – see menus page. We regret that under 8s are not allowed in the restaurant after 7pm in the evenings but we will happily organise supper for them from 6pm to 6.30pm.
In good weather, guests may eat on the garden terrace where we have just put up a pretty marquee which covers the current social distancing rules and acts as a good shelter.
We are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Lunch is served from 12pm to 2.30pm Monday to Saturday and we are open for drinks all day. On Sundays, we serve a traditional lunch from 12pm until 3pm and dinner from 6.30pm to 8.30pm so that our guests have the flexibility to eat before or after whatever plans they might have for the day.
During these strange times, guests and visitors must make a reservation first before coming to The Bell by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling us on 01600 750235
Getting Here – we are about 15 minutes from Monmouth, 20 minutes from Abergavenny, 25 minutes from Hereford, 40 minutes from Bristol, just over an hour from Birmingham and three hours from London (traffic allowing).
Wye Valley’s Butty Bach and Hereford Pale Ale, Wye Valley Brewery, Herefordshire
Robinson’s Cider from Herefordshire
Stowford Press from Herefordshire
Fentimans Ginger Beer
The Dog and Boot Bar is a great hit with walkers and their four-legged friends, especially those who are sporting a little bit more muck on their shoes or paws than usual. The atmosphere is welcoming and thoroughly relaxed and we have complimentary biscuits for dogs (only)!
The Pooch Parlour is in the rear garden where there is a shower and metal bath to clean muddy animals. Dog towels are available from reception.
As seen in Secret British Pubs